Beer, Bikes and Outdoor Movies

Clips Beer & Film Tour, the travelling beer and film festival, will make its 3rd annual stop in Seattle on July 26 at Gas Works Park. The tour will bring 18 independent short films to be projected on an outdoor screen, as well as 18 varieties of beer for movie-goers to try.

The films to be shown are winners of a national contest themed around bikes, beer, environment, and advocacy. The Clips films embrace many genres, including comedic shorts, animation and environmental documentaries.

Admission to the event is free, and beers will be available as 3-ounce samples for $1.25 or 12-ounce pours for $5. Each of the tour’s 21 stops, Clips will donate the night’s proceeds to a local nonprofit organization. In Seattle, proceeds will benefit Nature Consortium, a nonprofit working to build vibrant communities through art and environmental action.

At the end of the night, movie-goers will have a chance to win a rare bicycle from the makers of Fat Tire Ale, as well as other prizes from Nature Consortium. Raffle tickets are available now at Recycled Cycles (University District and Fremont locations) or at Nature Consortium’s office (4408 Delridge Way SW #107).

July 26

8 p.m.

Gas Works Park
2101 N Northlake Way
Free Admission
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